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DuPont Fabros to Enter Colocation Market

DuPont Fabros Technology is entering the colocation market. The company, which has operated as a “wholesale” provider selling large suites of finished data center space, will begin selling space by the cabinet in the next few months. Read More

DuPont Fabros Buys Land for Expansion in Chicago

Data center developer DuPont Fabros Technology (DFT) has bought 15 acres of land in Elk Grove Village, Illinois to serve as the home for its second data center in the Chicago market. It expects to begin work on a 26-megawatt facility early next year. Read More

AMS-IX Opens Internet Exchange in the New York Market

AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange) today announced plans to create an exchange spanning four data centers in New York and New Jersey. The move reflects growing momentum for Open-IX, the movement to spread the European model for exchanging traffic between major networks. Read More

LINX to Open Exchange in Ashburn With Dupont Fabros

The London Internet Exchange and Dupont Fabros Technology have entered into an agreement to build a member-operated exchange in Ashburn. The rise of Open-IX and the European model continues stateside, with LINX now having a presence in the heart of Northern Virginia Data Center Country. Read More

DuPont Fabros Seeks President, With Eye on Succession

DuPont Fabros Technology (DFT) is seeking to hire a successor to President and CEO Hossein Fateh, the company said today. The board has begun a search for an executive to serve as president, with the expectation that this individual will eventually succeed Fateh. Read More

Huge Leasing Wins for DFT in Santa Clara and NJ

DuPont Fabros Technology (DFT) has leased 11.7 megawatts of data center space across its portfolio. Based on its leasing success, the data center developer has boosted its revenue guidance for Wall Street, and purchased land for a major expansion in suburban Chicago. Read More

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